i like my coffee black just like my metal

“You know Sam and Dean Winchester are psychotically, irrationally, erotically co-dependent on each other, right?"




the one thing that gets to me about this scene is that basically nobody addresses the fact that john grabs sam by his jacket sometime during the argument and starts pushing him towards the car that’s when dean physically intervenes between them - he’s literally pushing his father away with his arm bodily forcing himself between them to make john let go of sam also - at no point during the scene does sam put his hands anywhere near his father but solely with dean’s both verbal and physical interference - sam allows dean to push him around literally make him get in the damn car not john talk about winchester power dynamics 

it’s baffling how in a lot of discussions about the winchester family dynamic and the possible history of abuse this scene gets rarely mentioned and when even it does it’s contextualised in a way that puts dean’s unending ~martyrdom in the spotlight john grabbed at sam’s lapels and sam didn’t lift a finger violence between the brothers is normalised (never more evident than in the scene where dean bloody punches an injured and unstable sam for having the NERVE to take the car that by the way belongs to the BOTH of them and they both carry on like it was nothing) but this shows definitively that it’s a long standing familial pattern


How can you be a skeptic? With the things we see everyday?


Emily Palermo, Church


He doesn’t remember her. He doesn’t have any memories of her. But he loves her and misses her so much. And you know that if she was alive, she would have  cherished him. Cherished them both.  

I liked our arrangement: the natural order. My children turned a few of you, you hunted a few of them — I was happy. My children, no thanks to you, started getting kidnapped and tortured. Even my firstborns. I was pushed into this. After all, a mother defends her children.


time flies edit 
Dean Winchester & Jo Harvelle now and then

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